Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker

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Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker

Original price was: $129.99.Current price is: $101.62.

Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker Price History


Current Price $119.99 June 18, 2024
Highest Price $119.99 December 25, 2023
Lowest Price $119.99 December 25, 2023
Since December 25, 2023

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$119.99 December 25, 2023

Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker Description

A Deliciously Refreshing Treat – In Moments

The Frigidaire EFIC103-AMZ-SC Counter Top Maker with Over-Sized Ice Bucket is the perfect kitchen companion, offering hot and cold drinks in record time. Enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee in the morning or a tall glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, without the need to wait for a kettle or refrigerator to chill the beverage. What’s more, this innovative countertop gizmo provides you with control over your own creations, allowing you to stamp your taste on each and every cup of brew. Let the Frigidaire Ice Maker do the work as you enjoy your favorite drinks, custom-made in the comfort of home.

A Sleek Design, Perfect for Any Kitchen

Adding to its convenience, this countertop allows you to make drinks without taking up too much space in the kitchen. With elegant yet subtle aesthetics, this machine is sure to add a stylish element to your decor. It also looks great with any kitchen color palette and can perfectly complement any existing furniture. There’s no need to break the bank – the Frigidaire Ice Maker is as durable as it is affordable.

Reliability and Versatility: Keeps You Prepared for Any Occasion

The Frigidaire Ice Maker features a robust and dependable design with a generously sized ice bucket that ensures you always have enough ice to entertain. Large enough to house several large glasses of delicious cold beer or to keep your fresh juices cold & refreshing, this machine is perfect for busy nights and family gatherings. The Frigidaire Ice Maker not only lets you rest assured in every sip, the over-sized ice bucket is also freestanding and removable for easier transportation and portability.

Smooth Operability and Efficient Performance

Using this countertop is incredibly easy – simply plug in, press a button, and you’re good to go! The intuitive design helps to ensure that practically anyone can operate it with ease, while the robust motor and auto-shutoff feature make sure that the machine runs smoothly and efficiently. On top of that, the cold-drink-only functionality of this machine helps ensure that you don’t over-consume sugar or caffeine in a single cup of freshly brewed coffee.

Key Features:

•Compact and stylish design for any kitchen
•Generous and removable over-sized ice bucket
•Automatic shut-off for reliability and convenience
•Cold-drink-only feature for the health-conscious
•Intuitive design for easy operation
•Bottle water compatibility
•Upright take-away for portable use
•Low noise and energy consumption
•High capacity for serving multiple drinks at once
•Comes with a one-year warranty for extra peace of mind

Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker Specification

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

14 x 12 x 15 inches, 17.9 Pounds

Item model number


Date First Available

October 30, 2013


Curtis International LTD

Country of Origin


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Frigidaire EFIC103 AMZ SC Ice Maker Reviews (10)

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  1. PerryB

    Great looking unit, nice stainless, easy to get it going. I knew it going in that it only makes so much ice, so fast. It takes about 5 hours to make 5lbs of ice and you have to keep emptying the bin every 1.5hrs or it will stop making ice. So yes, these machines can make 24lbs of ice in 24 hrs, but you need to monitor it, empty and fill it to do that. Overall for the money you cant go wrong.

    Unfortunately there are not many machines available that can make larger amounts of ice faster or store more than 2 lbs at a time before you need to empty it.

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  2. James M. Noriega

    First one we bought……well lasted long enough to not be covered for return or refund.
    This one seems to be still going strong.
    Will update if that changes.

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  3. Chela01

    Funciona perfecto

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  4. Troy Tanzer

    Ice makers in freezers are a catastrophe, I’ve never had one work reliably. A relative got a countertop one and raved about it, so we tried it out. It was pretty good.

    It was relatively quiet. During the freezing portion, I didn’t notice any noise unless I was standing right there. When the ice was frozen and dumped into the bucket, it obviously made noise as the ice dropped onto the other ice and the water refilled, but that was like 30 seconds every 90 minutes or so.

    The capacity to make ice was pretty good. At the time, we had season tickets to the local AHL team and tailgated a lot, plus hosting a bunch of BBQs at the house. We do have a chest freezer available, so we’d make ice continuously for a day or two beforehand and bag it and put it in the chest freezer and it made plenty to put in the coolers. I’d say if anything, the listed production is a little low.

    The bin is a bit on the small side for such large capacity. I mean, it doesn’t freeze things any faster, it just makes more, so I’d get home from work, and get 3 or 4 loads in before letting it go overnight and it would be full and just refreezing the melted ice. The weekends we’d run it all day long and have plenty of ice available for the week. In that respect, the water capacity and the ice capacity were pretty well matched.

    For about a year, it was great. Our problem came with the sensor that stops making ice when the bin is full. It is just a little metal knob sticking out the side near the top of the bin, presumably attached to a thermocouple or other sensor inside. It would trigger kind of randomly, regardless of how much ice there was. It got worse over time, so that if it had any ice at all, it would trigger so that when the current batch of ice was done, it wouldn’t refill the water and start the next batch. So, rather than having to empty the bin every 6 hours or so, every 90 minutes I’d have to walk over and pinch the metal knob between my thumb and middle finger for a couple of seconds to get the next batch to go. I tried a bunch of things to alleviate it, like wrapping it with some wiring to add more bulk and make it less sensitive, or wrapping the knob with a few twists of wire and hanging the other end out of the machine into the kitchen air or eventually trying a glass of water at room temp. None of that worked.

    I eventually took it apart to see what else I could do, and just tossed it. The problem is there are almost no screws – the insulated part where the ice bin sits is molded in and not removable. Removing screws and prying apart the case, the entire interior between the case and the ice/water is filled with insulation, it looks like expanding foam.

    I still ranked if 3 stars because it was great and maybe we just got a bad sensor or maybe someone else in the house damaged it somehow (not sure how, it still seemed solid, and due to the foam there isn’t really any place it could move). If it were really meant to last a year, I’d put it at 1 star, but I could have just gotten unlucky.

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  5. terpfan1980

    Just a fair word of warning to others here – at just over a year this formerly reliable device gave up the ghost on us. Purchased Oct. 2015, dead, Nov. 2016

    Original review: The biggest issue I have with this counter top ice maker is size. It is not a small device at all. Other than that issue, and the amount of counter space that is needed for this item, I’d have to say I, and the rest of my family, really like this gadget — the third in a line of similar gadgets. The first was, if my memory serves, an Emerson branded device that was obtained from a former partner of the A to Z online store where you are reading this review. That device is one that I purchased about 6 years ago. It lasted about 2.5 years and then unfortunately just refused to work any longer. Considering how dependent my spouse and I, and the others still living in the house with us (our next generation), were on the ice that the gadget made for us (we use it up about as quickly as the ice maker makes it), we were all very sad when that device gave up the ghost.

    When that device died, it was replaced with a smaller cousin of this Igloo Counter Top Ice Maker (one of these: 

    Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker

    ). That ICE102 model (which oddly can’t be found, at least not in the silver color, by searching for the model number as that search will turn up an RCA re-brand (

    ICE102 Compact Ice Maker

    ) of the same thing. You can find a Red color Igloo version in your search if you are lucky) recently started making awful noises as it was unable to move the tray/bucket that holds the water that is used to make the ice cubes and thereby also unable to drop and shovel the cubes into the tray that the cubes eventually get shoveled into. I heard it making the noise and did my best to clean it up and try to eek more life out of it, but at the same time stopped at my desk and hit the order button to get this replacement item ordered. My cleaning and efforts at making some progress in restoring that older model to some use did get it working for just long enough for this replacement to come in and get put to use. Actually, we had a few days of overlapped use of that ICE102 before it gave up the ghost again, this time with some metal shavings or mineral shavings that seemed to be coming from the areas where the gears are on the side of the cup/bucket/tray that holds the water that is used to make the ice. Yet again, I was able to do a bit more clean-up on the device and get it to function again, but at that point my spouse and I had already deployed this replacement into service.

    I can compare this device to the other two mentioned Counter Top Ice Makers (the 

    Igloo Portable Countertop Ice Maker – ICE102


    Emerson Portable 26 lbs Ice Maker Refrigerator w/Ice Scoop & Electronic Controls

    ) having used all three of them by now. The quick comparison would note that the ICE102 model works, but has a much smaller catch tray for the ice that it makes. With that smaller sized catch tray that model tends to fill the catch tray quickly and then stop making ice as it considers the device full and must wait until the sensor that gets blocked when the tray is too full is clear. A quick note about that sensor by the way, with the ICE102 model the sensor is an IR type that uses line of sight between two points on either side of the tray. That sensor can get confused easily if you have the ICE102 model sitting in heavy sunlight (we had that happen in our home). The over-making of ice may be part of what killed that device for our family.

    The Emerson device that we originally used was useful enough until it died. It had a larger capacity catch tray, though by comparison, at least by my memory, it was probably still a little below what this ICE103 model can hold and produce.

    Our family’s biggest complaint/concern about this particular unit, once you get past the size of the thing, was the plastic that covered it during shipping. While it should peel away easily, it was apparently on the main case of the device before the top of the device was snapped on, therefore the plastic wrap doesn’t peel away like it should from that area. Again, that is secondary to the issue of just how big this box is. It isn’t huge, but it isn’t small either. You will need some counter space for it, but if you’ve got the space and can dedicate it to this device you can look forward to producing a lot of ice over time.

    Buyers and users will likely find that the results of the use of the cube size button on the front of this device are not what you’d expect. For the most part these units seem to have a single cube size most of the time, no matter what choice you selected. You may get a little variance in cube sizes, but don’t expect much there.

    I had previously noted, in a review of the earlier cousins of this device, that this device makes WET ICE. The ice that sits in the device will melt while it sits waiting to be used, or waiting to be transferred into a ice bucket (as an option). The ice melts and turns back into water that will again be made into ice cubes. I should also clarify and note that the ice that these devices make is typically not cubes, but instead cylindrical in nature. If you really want cubes, then look elsewhere, or get ice trays for your freezer and enjoy filling them regularly (as I do in my workplace, where I also want a lot of ice for my drinks).

    One last note here: be prepared to clean these devices regularly. Depending on the quality of the water you feed it with (and note, the area that is shown on the side of the device that almost looks like it would be where you can connect a hose to fill the device with is not for filling, rather it is for draining water from the device when necessary) you’ll need to clean it regularly. Vinegar and water will be your best option, though you’ll then need to flush it with plain water multiple times to get the vinegar smell and taste out of the ice that will be made following that cleaning. Failing to clean it regularly will leave it getting nasty quickly (or at least it will likely do that). Brownish, murk and clouds of algae will invade and you really don’t need that stuff in your ice or the water that will be used for making the ice. Using filtered water is highly recommended, as that would help keep down mineral buildup that you would otherwise experience.

    5 stars for this very valued member of my household. Ice Tea, Cola’s over Ice, and lots of Ice Water make for a happy household.

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  6. Lori B.

    My fridge ice maker quit & I had no idea these countertop machines existed. I went with this one because of the reviews. The price was affordable & I wanted one that self cleans. This little machine makes ice really fast! If you are debating which one to buy, look no further. I love it!

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  7. Jared Winn

    Really fast ice, however I do recommend you only use the large function. The small ice function, the cubes tend to fall thru the basket holes.

    Other than that, it’s very convenient and fast. Great size for a bar cart.

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  8. Randal

    I like the fact that for me and my friends, when we need to ice the most, it keeps up to us. I haven’t run out yet.

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  9. Darin R

    I like that it makes ice fast and it’s easy to use. I haven’t had it long but no problems so far.

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  10. James M. Noriega

    It arrived dented but still
    operational. Tried it and it worked great. I am reluctant to return as it is too inconvenient but if there is no compensation at least for the damage, no recourse but to return as i was not able to get full value for what I paid.

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